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Gigabit coalition receives 11 secret responses

A growing coalition of Connecticut cities and towns that wants to attract gigabit-speed Internet service received 11 responses from providers and investment banks who might be interested in providing...

Frontier's 3Q profits increase on investment income

Stamford telephone and Internet provider Frontier Communications, which closed its $2 billion acquisition of AT&T's Connecticut subsidiary last month, said its profits grew nearly 19 percent in the...

Frontier’s AT&T deal complete

With all necessary regulatory approvals in hand, Frontier Communications announced Friday that it has closed its $2 billion acquisition of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline and triple-play business.

Frontier wins final approval for AT&T purchase

Stamford's Frontier Communications is Connecticut's new largest provider of landline telephone services.

AT&T to pay CT $268K for “data cramming”

As part of a $105 million nationwide settlement to resolve “data cramming” allegations, AT&T Mobility will pay $268,252 to Connecticut, officials announced.

PURA gives preliminary approval to Frontier-AT&T deal


Stamford's Frontier Communications is likely just two weeks away from sealing its $2 billion deal to acquire a big piece of AT&T's Connecticut business.

Frontier hires CT boss

Frontier Communications has appointed a regional president who will oversee Connecticut and two other states, if regulators approve the Stamford company’s $2 billion acquisition of AT&T’s...

Super speed Gigabit networks: Connecticut’s powerful new economic weapon

Elin Katz and State Sen. Beth Bye |

It's 11 p.m. and you have a brilliant idea. If you're an engineer in precision manufacturing, you'll have to drive to the office to access the data needed to test your design. Your home...

Frontier: AT&T’s CT wireline business netted $237.6M in profits

The Connecticut wireline business Frontier Communications hopes to purchase from AT&T by year’s end has been profitable for the past three years and earned $237.6 million in net income last...

Frontier’s $1.55B debt sale to help fund AT&T purchase

Stamford’s Frontier Communications Corp. said it is selling $1.55 billion in debt to help fund its $2 billion purchase of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline and triple-play business.

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